Category: Scientific & Clinical
47.14 Per Hour
Title: Inventory Controller
Location: New Brunswick, NJ
Start date: ASAP
- Take responsibility for the monitoring of all types of inventory owned by ExM.
- Responsible for Material Review Board (MRB) and Product Accountability and Disposal Management (PADM) and ensure compliance to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Responsible for ensuring financial provisions are in place and accurately maintained, including inventory at risk, inventory coverage, inventory turn and inventory holding times.
- Responsible for the management of excess and obsolete inventory.
- Facilitate a cost recovery program for excess inventory.
- Proactively captures inventory issues and following up solution implementations after consultation with the relevant business leaders.
- Ensure SAP inventory movements and adjustments are up-to-date.
- Meet Inventory Reporting requirements at local, regional and global levels. This includes daily, monthly and projected inventory levels vs. actual and budgeted inventory levels across all inventory types.
- Ensure annual cycle count scoping document in place and participate in inventory audits and cycle count as required. Perform investigations and gap analysis as necessary.
- Reviews and challenges business processes. Develops, implements and enforces Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) as necessary.
- Conduct thorough and careful analysis of stocks holding data, gather critical information.
- Has oversight responsibility to ensure that ExM inventory data is maintained through robust processes.
- Establishes strong working relationships with key stakeholders.
- Assist in other ad hoc functions as required and assigned by the Manager.
Designee Responsibilities Inventory controllers are designee for each other during periods of absence.
- Supply Chain Manager/ Inventory Manager is designee when both absent.
Contingency support NA
- Bachelor’s Degree in Supply Chain Management or Finance
- Strong background in inventory management in complex, multi-site organizations.
- Excellent analytical and PC applications knowledge, e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, etc.
- Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.
- Ability to prioritize, organize and manage multiple tasks to tight deadlines.
- Understands BMS supply chain, products and markets.
- Good understanding of business specific organizations, functions and business support system (Manufacturing, Packaging, Artwork, Regulatory, Marketing, Quality Control/ Quality Assurance and Supply Chain).
- Ability to work effectively with diverse groups and organizations.
- Capable to interact with key decision makers in Manufacturing, Technology, Quality, Supply Chain, Procurement, Finance, Legal and EHS.
Required Qualification(s) and Desired Experience • SAP and SAP Business Warehouse system knowledge.
- Knowledge of cost and/or inventory accounting principles.
- APICS CPIM
- Desired understanding of pharmaceutical product lifecycle and obsolescence.
- Desired understanding of pharmaceutical manufacturing operations within the overall business organization and structure.
- Enhanced ability to work and manage in a complex matrix organization.
- Preferably in the global role with multinational exposure; work with stakeholders from different geographical locations.
- Preferably have involved or worked on process reengineering/ redesigning.
- The qualified candidate is expected to be adaptable to evolving business environment, change and transformation.
- The qualified candidate must be flexible, open-minded and collaborative.
- The qualified candidate demonstrates characteristics of our BioPharma Behaviors.
Joule, a System One division is a leader in specialized workforce solutions and integrated services. With more than 6,000 employees and roughly 50 offices throughout the U.S. we provide scientific, clinical, engineering, energy, IT, legal and administrative staffing services. For more than 40 years, we have delivered workforce solutions and integrated services to clients nationally.